Upcoming releases: games June 2023

New month, new games. In a few weeks we will officially enter summerThe smell of vacations and free time is already wafting in the air. Many will be already seeing themselves on the beach, taking turns at the beach bar to get a mojito or a piña colada, which they will enjoy while roasting in the sun with their eyes lost in the sea … at least until the child of the couple next door starts playing and fills us with sand to the soul … and of course, the mojito / piña colada.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m not a cynic and, in truth, I’m hoping to get away to the beach for a few days to enjoy the disconnect that those summer getaways provide. Now, if by hache or by be such plans were to be truncated or yes, as is likely, if such a vacation retreat were to fall short of covering all my days off, I do know that I will dedicate part of the remaining time to the games., to enjoy my extensive and terribly underutilized library of games from digital stores.

What I’m not so sure about, though, is whether any of this month’s releases will be among the games that will fill my free time during the upcoming vacations. Why? I’m sure you can already imagine the answer, and the fact is that developers and distributors seem to have agreed that quite a few of the most awaited titles will be released this month. arrive to the market in a really pitiful state.. The Last of Us Part 1 for PC, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, Lord of the Rings: Gollum… the list is getting longer every month, to the point where it looks like this could become systematic.

So, and if we’ve always stood for it, now more than ever we encourage you NOT to buy games before they are released.. Wait until the title you wanted is already on sale and evaluate it based on the reviews it gets during the first days. It is true that pre-purchase can give you access to special rewards, yes, but surely many of those who pre-purchased some of these games for the same, must be banging their heads against the wall for having bought an alpha version at final price.

But well, I leave the subject that, in the end, they even take away one’s illusion, and it is not a question of getting to that. So let’s move on to the main releases for the month of June 2023… and Godspeed!

Killer Frequency

  • Release date: June 1
  • Platforms: PC and PlayStation 5

What promised to be just another early morning in front of the Big City Radio microphone, turns by surprise into an emergency situation in which, in the absence of the city’s police chief, you will have to take responsibility for unraveling all the mysteries behind a threat that endangers more than one life.

Street Fighter 6

  • Release date: June 2
  • Platforms: PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One

If there is a legendary fighting game saga, which has been present in our lives for decades and has been able to adapt to every platform there is, it is undoubtedly Street Fighter. Powered by RE ENGINE, this new release brings us three game modes and a selection of 18 fighters, among which we will find great classics like Ryu, Chun-Li, Luke, Jamie, Kimberly and more.

We Love Katamari REROLL+ Royal Reverie

  • Release date: June 2
  • Platforms: PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox X|S Series, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch

Katamari Damacy finds, in this release, the long-awaited continuation of an exceptionally creative proposal, both in premise and gameplay, to the point of being a game difficult to explain. Suffice it to say that the King of Cosmos All unintentionally destroyed all the stars in the universe. So he sent his son, the Prince, to Earth to create a huge katamari. And what is your task? Well, to roll all the objects to restore order.

Diablo IV

  • Release date: June 6
  • Platforms: PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One

Diablo IV is not one of this month’s most anticipated games, no, it’s one of the most anticipated games of the year and, from what we’ve been able to see so far, the prospects are particularly good. Diablo IV offers a return to the dark and gritty roots of the early titles in the series, and is set in a version of Sanctuary that is still under siege by angelic and demonic forces. Get ready for what promises to be the best dungeons in the saga’s history.

Amnesia: The Bunker

  • Release date: June 6
  • Platforms: PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One

If you were scared and enjoyed Amnesia: The dark Descent and Amnesia: Rebirth, start preparing for the new from Frictional Games, which this time will take you to an abandoned World War I bunker, where you will have to face all the terrors that lurk behind the darkness. Don’t let the darkness surround you, or you may not be able to get out of there.

Layers of Fears

  • Release date: June 15
  • Platforms: PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S

If The Bunker leaves you wanting more scares, just over a week after its release comes Layers of Fears, in the closing of a trilogy whose first two titles already gave us a truly bad time… and truly good, for fans of the horror genre. Explore the interiors of a lavish and creepy Victorian mansion, in a journey to try to understand your own origins.

Aliens: Dark Descent

  • Release date: June 20
  • Platforms: PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One

Although we usually associate Alien-related titles with terrifying shooters, this time we find a very different and interesting proposal. Of course, you will have to face the terrible xenomorphs, but this time you will have to draw a plan and execute it perfectly, since we are facing a combination of tactical role-playing game with the lateral thinking challenge proposed by some great logic titles.

Crash Team Rumble

  • Release date: June 20
  • Platforms: PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox X|S Series and Xbox One

The ineffable Crash Bandicoot is back, but this time to propose you a team competition (4 against 4), in which you will have to manage to get as many Wumpa fruits as possible, which means collecting the maximum… but also boycotting as much as possible your rivals, all with the devilish pace to which we are accustomed to this popular and beloved saga.

Final Fantasy XVI

Nearly a decade have had to wait for the followers of one of the most iconic sagas of the video game world. With a more action-packed story of ravaging Eikons and warring kingdoms, the next chapter of the Final Fantasy series aims to be a more mature adventure, both for its own learning and evolution, as well as to adapt to the current age of those who play it since its origins.

Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life

  • Release Date: June 27
  • Platforms: PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox X|S Series, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch

Not a month without a new farm game. With an adorable visual aesthetic, this title takes us to the Forgotten Valley, a place where you will have, at the same time, to take care of your crops and your animals, without neglecting your relationships with the other inhabitants of a place so lost from the world as its own name already gives us to understand.

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